Business

Walkouts don’t hurt admission

Students risked disciplinary action at nearly 3,000 high schools in the first nationwide walkout for gun policy reform in March. But they most likely didn’t risk their hopes for college admission. “Attention HS students: @AdelphiU fully supports your desire to stand up for your beliefs. ...

Valley areas to become ‘opportunity zones’

YOUNGSTOWN — The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service on Friday certified 15 census tracts in the Mahoning Valley for designation as low-income federal “opportunity zones.” The 15 tracts in the Warren-Youngstown region are: Warren — Downtown, Dana Street / ...

Source Providers to cut jobs after GM shift eliminated

AUSTINTOWN — Another company has announced job losses because of the second shift elimination at the General Motors plant in Lordstown. Source Providers, a logistics and warehousing provider for the Lordstown plant, will eliminate nearly half of its 325 employees, according to a ...

Local bank stocks stand pat

Cortland Bancorp and First Niles Financial ended the week with no change in their stock price, with Cortland Bancorp closing at $22.05 per share and First Niles Financial closing at $10.75 per share.

Port Authority still seeks use for air cargo building

VIENNA — By a vote of 8-0, the Western Reserve Port Authority decided Wednesday to retract a formal request to the Federal Aviation Administration to use an air cargo building at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport for non-aviation purposes. After the vote, Dan Dickten, Western Reserve ...

Local bank stock dips Thursday

Cortland Bancorp fell to $22.05 in trading Thursday, while First Niles Financial was unchanged, closing at $10.75 per share.

Local bank stocks mixed

Cortland Bancorp rose nearly a quarter in trading Wednesday, closing at $22.09 per share. First Niles Financial was unchanged, closing at $10.75 per share.

Local bank stocks mixed

Cortland Bancorp lost 19 cents per share in trading Monday, closing at $22.06 per share. First Niles Financial remained unchanged, closing at $10.75 per share.

Apostolakis receives award for excellence

CORTLAND — Apostolakis Honda was presented the 2017 Council of Excellence award on Monday, an honor only 15 percent of Honda Dealerships receive. The award recognizes the dealership and its financing team’s outstanding financial services. “Our Council of Excellence dealerships apply ...

Business briefs

AKRON CHILDREN’S OPENS NEW BOARDMAN SERVICE: Akron Children’s Hospital now offers adolescent medicine services in Boardman. Adolescent medicine specialist Dr. James Fitzgibbon has begun seeing patients at Akron Children’s Hospital Beeghly Campus at 6505 Market St., Building C. He is ...

US, China omit key products on tariff lists

DETROIT — Americans spent nearly $96 billion last year on cellphones and computers imported from China, far more than on any other items. But you won’t find them on the list of Chinese-made products the Trump administration is threatening with tariffs. And China spends about $1 billion ...

Is real estate development good or bad? Part 2

Real estate development can affect everything in the community. This week, I would like to explore the immediate neighborhood and next week I will talk about the community at large. One thing you need to remember is that there are entire governmental groups designed to make sure it is done ...

Property transfers

Property transfers recorded in Trumbull County April 5 to 11: Bazetta Frank M. Rienzi II and Michelle R. Rienzi to James D. Taylor, 2432 Hoagland Blackstub, $128,000 Christopher R. Russell to Joshua and Gabrielle Kundel, 2490 Calwallader Sonk, $340,000 Bloomfield JPMorgan Chase Bank ...

Local bank stocks stand pat

Cortland Bancorp saw no movement in trading Friday, closing at $22.25 per share. First Niles Financial also was unchanged, closing at $10.75 per share.

Local bank stocks see little movement

Cortland Bancorp gained a dime in trading Thursday, closing at $22.25 per share. First Niles Financial was unchanged, closing at $10.75 per share.

Port Authority, Eastgate talk Mahoning River restoration

WARREN — With spring approaching, local leaders are seeking to restore the Mahoning River for recreational and business opportunities. Removing dams and sediment along the river were on the agenda at Wednesday’s Western Reserve Port Authority Economic Development Committee ...

Local bank stocks mixed

Cortland Bancorp lost a dime in trading Wednesday to close at $22.15 per share. First Niles Financial continued to hold steady, closing at $10.75 per share.

First responders to be recognized

VIENNA — Steward Health Care System will recognize outstanding emergency medical responders and dispatchers at the first national “EMS Stewards of the Community” awards May 24 at the Squaw Creek Country Club. Steward operates Sharon Regional Medical Center, Trumbull Regional Medical ...

Local bank stocks hold steady

Cortland Bancorp and First Niles Financial stood pat in trading Tuesday, with Cortland Bancorp closing at $22.25 per share and First Niles Financial closing at $10.75 per share.